19 Burst results for "Durmus"

"durmus" Discussed on Art Beauty

Art Beauty

05:40 min | 7 months ago

"durmus" Discussed on Art Beauty

"I'm probably lies in the moderate range meaning I. Don't think that if if you need a facelift, you need a facelift, right this is not surgical, but there are a lot of people who are really doing anything within their power to avoid going under the knife. You the idea of starting something like this whether it's in your thirties or forties or whatever age you are, whatever age you're noticing that early laxity. Starting it in maintaining it is hopefully at least going to stave off a major surgical procedure for long total endless repeat. No this and the listeners on this podcast I believe understand that Like I'll Thera I know kristen in your office that is the thing that if I could do it every year. I would. Is this. Where where would you put this in terms of like depre- Juvenile A. Faira. So Ob to me is a very specific procedure and it works really well in very specific people. To understand that you cannot control your depth very much on all therapy. There are three different transducers. There's a four and a half meter depths was three millimeter depth in a one and a half millimeter down. and. So if you let's say so the goal of the four and a half millimeter death is to target what's called the Smith which is the apron roses that essentially separates the deeper muscles from the more superficial fat. If my mas- is four and a half millimeters I cannot treat their because let's say i. have fat it for a half millimeters I don't want to deliver ultrasound energy through fat that's where you get fat loss. People who are doing all therapy by the textbook where they don't look at the image, they're not understanding the anatomy that they're treating and you get people coming in saying that actually made their face fall more absolute I'm taking ultrasound heat energy and I'm putting it into fat. I'm not creating tightening. That's not a good outcome. You when you're using something like an all therapy which I happen to think works really. Well, if it's done by somebody who understands what they're doing, you have to know what you're looking for. A three millimeter depth you're in the Durmus and so you're getting more superficial skin tightening, and usually if you're at four and a half millimeter, you're getting lifting. So that's on it more sort of vertical. So would you say that you like the micro needling better? I like it better in that I, it's very controllable to me so. Deep is a four millimeter deaths. with my rentals, which is essentially where I am with. An all therapy. oftentimes, if I'M GONNA go down to four millimeters, I will use an ultrasound and visualize my layers I to make sure that I'm not in the fat I don't WanNa talk. Let's talk. You know we're talking about doing lots of little puncture wounds. What is the pain level on this? It's uncomfortable but definitely, not excruciating I personally think therapy is more uncomfortable than this one I'm. Therapy is this very odd. You don't feel it on the skin surface. You feel this sort of deep throb from by Khan and it's very hard to numb away that pain the micro needling is going. The are ethnic Ra- needling is going to depend both on the depth that you're taking your needle the. Or uncomfortable in his obviously, and also how much radiofrequency energy and putting through those needles. So if I decide that someone has zero PM threshold, I can dial my energy way down. Yes. They're not gonNA get quite as robust diverse sponsor, but it's very tolerable..

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"durmus" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"durmus" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"Well, the patients will use and that cost less never goes away. But there's a software element to what we do that we can change dramatically given the experience. We want a patient to have or that patient needs. And again, I'll give you the perfect example are type one patients the alerts in the alarms at nighttime while they sleep are absolutely critical, but somebody would type two nights. Eighties. Who's taking these compounds that may not be as critical for them. But what would be critical is an analysis at the end of the day where, where we compliment somebody on g you kept your glucose within range, extremely well, or insights it as we look back. What did you eat for dinner today, or integrating, the jam data into a food database to whereby you take pictures of what you eat over time? And when you go back you look at that food and say, wow, I those scrambled eggs this morning, my glucose values didn't go up. Maybe scrambled eggs for breakfast is a good thing for me. And then you take a picture of pancakes, and the next time you sit down teed. If you take picture, those pancakes, you get reminded you know, you pancakes month ago, and that may not have been the outcome the earth. And I think this is the kind of stuff neutrino is working. Yes. And I, I agree to that, that stuff is so powerful I feel like you know, people assume I know a lot about food because of, you know, sort of the work of done and the things I've talked about and written about him, but the reality. It is. I'm still humbled by how much I don't know because it's not just what you eat. But it's the physiologic state. You you're in when you eat it, it's very different. What happens if we'd a bowl of pasta after you've exercised, you know, thirty minutes after a hard workout verses, you know, eating it after having not exercised very different glycemic response stress. We've talked about this and it can't be understated. How much higher my glucose levels are when my sleep is crappy a hoe or the correlation between high glucose levels, and crappy sleep because if you go to bed with her high glucose, levels after eating very high carb dinner, I've seen a direct correlation between my sleep and glucose values. Personally anyway, I can't make this case enough. Now, we talked about a couple of the companies out there that are doing this is there any publicly available information that compares the performance and fidelity of the abbot product or the Medtronic product to your current product, we all have accuracy tables in our user guides, but their bias towards the way. The companies want to project themselves. We have studies that we've published comparing ours to the other products. We maintain our performance all the time. Yeah. It's not subtle in my hands. I mean, I've been pretty vocal about it. It's, it's not a subtle difference in it. Isn't we perform extremely well, across all the range of glucose in the low and in the high range, I won't speak as much to the other guys are patients? No are pigments know what addicts gum is versus the other sin. We can live with that one. Do you think that you will be able to maintain performance as the sensor get smaller and smaller? So, in other words, is there a day when there's going to be a one millimeter sensor? So something that really doesn't even get into the interstitial. But is still sort of in the, you know, Durmus itself that can perform this well, or is there just a technical limit to being able to do this without accessing interstitial fluid for us today, we've only got down to the interstitial fluid. We have looked at technologies that would go down more shallow. We have within our group in advanced technology group who looks at nothing but things like that r. Our second barely product, one of our goals is to have a shorter censor and to make it smaller, but they're complications of shorter censor. What do the membrane layers look like so you can get an extended wear on a fourteen day center?.

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"durmus" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"durmus" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

"I thought it was the other. What is the thing that they're mixing all the drugs with then? I thought it was Fenton. All I know, you don't know. I don't know. All I know is he's dead. And it's horrible. You know, it's it's they call milk because it's milky looking when you want me to have it. No. That's you know, that was his milk. His that's like, oh more milk at night. Oh, that's horrible. I don't know. You offered it to me. I don't I know. I mean, I had it done. I had oral sedation right because you're a baby an IV sedation excuse I have very high pain tolerance. And I like to be awake for things because when I had my boobs done. They couldn't wake me up. So it was like eight hours literally from anesthesia, I'd never want to no sense. I hear Rian talks skiing. I was just under my my ex husband was sitting waiting for me for eight hours. Like, oh, she just had a really hard time getting up and after that experience. I don't want to go under the knife. Again. I'm going to be a wake for anything. That's done to me. And you can't I mean with this. You can some women. Choose IV sedation right to be really honest. The doctors prefer it because you're not jumping around. You know, you're not talking you're not moving right. And they can get they can get the job done faster. And it's now, but it's a board a board certified plastic surgeon does. Yes, the procedure. Yes. But it's not plastic surgery. And so and tell us about it is radio frequency technology. It is it's not it's been it's comes from Israel. It's been out for a while. We are not the only ones live teak is the only one that has this machine are lot of. But we don't we need to be going to lift teak. So. There's a difference. Why you would come nice? First of all are. That's all our doctors. Do right? Every day all day. Right. Do you know Latigo they do radio frequency, they go under the skin because all the way to the Durmus. Yeah. Way deep, and it it sort of kind of turns back the clock. I'm telling you the before and after pictures that I saw just even yours. I mean, everything I I mean, that was. I will you don't realize because it looks like these women and even the men and the pictures wrestle your husband. I really was like who who who is that person the before picture?.

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BrainStuff Classics: What Causes Chapped Lips?

BrainStuff

05:07 min | 2 years ago

BrainStuff Classics: What Causes Chapped Lips?

"Support. For brain stuff comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans are excited to introduce their all new rate shield approval. If you're in the market to buy a home rate shield approval is a real game changer. And here's why first Quicken Loans will lock your rate for up to ninety days while you shop, but here's the crucial part every up your rate stays the same. But if rates go down your rate also drops either way you win. It's the kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage lender. To get started. Go to rocketmortgage dot com slash brain stuff rate shield approval. Only valid on certain thirty year purchase transactions. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply based on Quicken Loans. Data in comparison to public data records, equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states and m l s consumer access dot org number three zero three zero. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Pay rain stuff on Bogle bomb. And today's episode is another classic from our former host Christian Sager. He's talking about a topic that is increasingly relevant to my life. As winter sets in. Why do lips get chapped? Hey, I'm Christian Sager in this is brain stuff. I'm going to go out on a limb here and say you've probably had chapped lips at some point. Well, here's what's happening. Your lips are pretty delicate things in the one at the top. That's your labia m- surprise Auras. And the one on the bottom is your labia m- inferiors, or is collectively they form an enormously sensitive incredibly flexible part of your body, and it's tough to picture life without them. However, they also have some vulnerabilities, for instance, the skin of your lips is different from the rest of your face. Let's take a closer. Look. The outer layer is called the epidermis, and it has a protective covering called the stratum Cornelia underneath your epicure miss is another layer of skin the Durmus like the rest of your skin, your lips have all three of these layers. The difference is that the stratum m- on your lips is way thinner than it is anywhere else on your body. In fact, it's part of the reason people. Lips? Have that alluring red or pink pigment? It comes from underlying blood vessels red colored. Blood-filled capillaries close to the thin skin. On your lips next. Your lips. Also, don't have the oil and sweat glands that protect other parts of your body. Their only source of moisture is your saliva, and that's why they can easily become dry and chapped. And that's usually the culprit here hydration we often experienced chapped lips in cold weather, not because our lips are allergic to winter or anything. But instead because the outside air tends to be drier. And this also dries out the lips and this drying out is the leading cause of chapped lips also known as common Khayelitsha's. Luckily, there are some pretty simple ways to prevent this. I in no matter what the cause of your chapped lips might be stopped licking them. I know I know it can be difficult habit to break. But licking your lips can contribute significantly to dry cracked skin, the saliva evaporates quickly. Taking with it any moisture that was already on your lips and leaving them even drier, especially in winter air and speaking of amazing segues, let's tackle weather related Chapman. If you have very dry air in your house, consider investing in a humidifier. If you're outside them, protect your lips with the product that contains beeswax or Petra labrum, which will help maintain your lips hydration. If you plan to be out in the sun for awhile help prevent dryness by using a sunscreen on your lips as well a lip balm with SPF in it could help address both of these issues at once and as always drinking plenty of fluids is a great move for your entire body. Not just your lips. And that's it. Well, well, almost we didn't talk about the multiple other causes of chapped lips or lip balm addiction, or whether some of the ingredients in those things actually caused chapped lips which is an interesting little conspiracy theory. Today's episode was written by Ben bolan and produced by Tyler playing to hear more about fringe theories. But probably not too many involving chapstick tune into bends show stuff. They don't want you to know available wherever you get your podcasts. And of course, for more on this and lots of other protective topics isn't our home planet has stuff. Works dot com. The end of the world with Josh Clark is a ten part audio podcast series. Coming November, seven hosted by me stuff. You should know. Josh Clark the series explores existential risks threats to human existence that are so big so sweeping so utterly catastrophic. That they could bring about the sudden impermanent end to the human race. We're not used to these kinds of risks climate change nuclear war. These are terrible things, but they don't even register in the

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"durmus" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"durmus" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Fifteen a boy and twenty one a girl struggle with acne at that age Iran backed from and then we talked him off vacuum. And then. Our daughter on. And we're taking her off that too because we really don't want her out. For drugs or any, you know, antibiotics, frankly, we're just trying to figure out what is it best nutritional route to take out without using the pharmaceuticals like that because it's probably not going to be taking it all the time. The acne especially we really comes down to. Coming off the milk products. And in the dairy products, homogenized pasteurized milk. That's a big one because you're bacterial flora, especially when you've been taking antibiotics a lot of times, it's kind of in the standard course of action for really bad acne. Outside of Accutane, which came along about. About twenty years ago, or so, but when you know now with the antibiotics still, it's really tough. If you don't follow antibiotics with probiotics as far as supplement goes, the bacterial flora gets really really messed up and doesn't serve anyone. Well, so making sure that that you get that balanced out making sure that. Taking probiotics firmness foods. Of course. Goat's milk yogurt. I'm a big fan of. But the key for is really good all the -firmative vegetables kimchi, and we'll talk about that a lot. But it's important. I mean getting the right kind of foods in when you with acne because skin conditions are not outside in. We think they are with the whole clogged poor theory is just a bunch of bunk. It really is oil. They scan it was big business for skin products for. I mean twenty something years thirty years, probably, but we're getting a little bit smarter little bit, wiser and skin conditions. Always come from the inside out, you fix the gut. You can fix the skin period. I don't care what the infomercial say you fixed. The gut you fix the skin in. Now, it's good to have cleansers and creams and all that that organic in nature, and they don't have a lot of harsh chemicals. That's always good for healthy skin and taking care of your skin. But when it comes. Down to clearing acne, which is coming from the inside the Durmus in the epidermis. In their oil glands that are affected. Yes. There's bacteria in there. Yes. With us key. It's bacteria victory coming from not from the outside in. From the inside out where did that come from the gut cleaned, the gut it the right bacteria going on in the gut? You're going to have healthy skin me. It's amazing but somebody on a fast. Gona.

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"durmus" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"durmus" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"How would you want your incisions close? Knowing what I. I know five layers get it. Get in there, spend the time, get it done, explain the five layers, like really in depth because I've heard you say that a lot and they wanna hear exactly what you mean by that. So the breasts has five distinct layers of kind of zones adherence. So the breast tissue, you have the breast tissue, you have the fashioned layer right above the breast. You have the deep Derm as you have the middle Durmus and then you have the appetite. So there's three levels of the skin, and there's two levels at the breast when you close all those layers together, very precisely. Imagine like cutting piece of lasagna and half, you know, five layer lasagna. You can see the like the little pieces of like of the pasta and between with this. Awesome. The cheese, great visual. I know right. I know it's food, but we're talking about brass about, I couldn't think of a better way to to kinda describe it. So when you bring all those precise layers back together, you trick your body into thinking that, hey, nothing much really happened, right? If you leave a big gap and you just close the skin, it's going to produce a bunch of scar tissue, their right to try to close that gap is like I need to heal. This is crazy. What happened that carries over into the skin and creates more information for your skin. So you're incision gets more thick and hypertrophic. You also do something else that I found really interesting and some people on Instagram story were messaging me about this. So I saw you every single week after the surgery for like four weeks. Now when I first got surgery, the first time with a different doctor twelve years ago, I saw him once and that was it. Why do you see the patient once every week for? I think three to four weeks? Yeah. So it depends on your healing and honestly, for lifts and tummy tucks. I see patients six. Times you, you know, so you you actually heal really. Well, I just care about my patients healing, you know, it doesn't just end when you find something that's really passionate about their work, they care about the after result, right? It's not like, okay, I got your money and we did your surgery and by. I mean, that's just I don't feel good the end of the day I want to really make sure that my patients are healing appropriately. Their questions are answered, and there's things that I noticed that a lot of other people don't notice terms of healing. And we've, we ran into some situations like that to where I helped the dentist, these things, and we can kind of make adjustments as your healing. And I think that's that's part of the surgical process. Your body takes some time to heal and you need to recognize potential problems before they actually turn into bigger problems. That is so smart because guys, I've had surgery on my drive, had my appendix out. I've had my boobs done once before, and I feel like sometimes with doctors, they perform the surgery, they do their art and then they send you on your way and you're just sort of supposed to fend for yourself with you. You had me wear a anti nausea patch the night before. So I didn't get nauseous and then I don't know if I'm saying this, right, but I had absolutely no pain because you did something where you numbs me. You also gave me a stool softener because anticipated that I would have constipation because of the pain pills. So everything was like very planned out and thought out. So it was so seemless. Can you sort of talk a talk about that. You know, I kind of train my staff and me myself. I'm always like, what would I want? If I was going to go through surgery, you know, I don't want nausea when I wake up, so I want to come up with the best anti nausea medication that I can think of. In fact, we use to for you, there's a patch and there's also another medication called zone for put the patch on role. We showed up. It was backwards. That's all right. We turn it around just in time. Yeah..

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"durmus" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"durmus" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"God, that was the whole thing. Yeah. So the thing I like about this is that the aroma on this is legit. It is legit blue raspberry as opposed to chemical nece. Or if you went to the store and bought a pint of blue raspberry exact. Exactly what you'd be getting. Yes. I don't like it. So how did blue raspberry we get to be a thing. I remember winning got kinda big, but probably jolly rancher. Yeah, I remember it was also I think in the nineties when blue raspberry kind of blew up, then it was everywhere. Didn't icy have a blue raspberry flavor. Their charms had blue raspberry blow pops and everything. All literally everyone did, and probably a lot of those were all made by the same company. Here's we, we bought too much of this blue dye. What the hell are we going to do with part in the raspberry crap will make a new flavor. But if you think about it, you need to have a rainbow, right? You always got lemon. You got orange. You got strawberry and cherry to cover your red grape, which is your purple Bryan flag here? Green apple, yeah, purple, shush. It. It varies, but there is such a blue that they are purple. So you need a blue something right. Wasn't part of it does like for longtime blueberry wasn't popular flavor, Google machine. The flavor ostensibly originates from Ruby's. Luke Kuhn Durmus more commonly known as the white bark raspberry or blue raspberry. Wanna nature. Everybody. Well, it's blue black. And called white Bach. So there's a conundrum. Wow, the white Mark. Okay. I think it's this is why people are two Ning in all over the county. All over this house. Yes. Also the ice pop barons had access to blue die, but no flavors that needed it. I think we are sure so much smarter than the Google Barron says right there does it on the inter-web kind of like oil barons, but they're like ice pop frizzy pup empires. Google is a mayor top hat, like making his garden of ice pops. Years you will, by my eyes pops poor people cornering the market on blue raspberry taste. My blue raspberry. Okay. Cut. Oh, we're way past two income. Fan like forty, eight minutes, passive income. Okay. So. In terms of reading this, can we rate the the sour blue raspberry version of Zima. Now we're still not. Now, I don't think we're going to get to me. We haven't gotten up to a one yet..

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"durmus" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"durmus" Discussed on WTMA

"Any time you can snatch up a guy with seventy grade type of potential power that late in the draft that you'll take that here's the three to that's back central he's got that kind of power river dogs have two guys with that type of power really durmus garcia taking the bench for the first time since getting called up the charleston he had started twenty one consecutive games three to centrally will foul this one day it was fun watching those two guys hit back to back all year long last year germany's has gotten off to a slower start his second go round of their dogs were centrally kind of picked up right where we left off last year germany's just thirteen for eighty at the place to start three to down low do they be there by centrally as she reaches on the walk eight bitches and he sees from we'll gaddis amber like sandra leadoff man aboard in the second inning so it's on chris s as you mentioned the other all star selection for this river dogs steam since he was named to the all star game last tuesday he has not played third base which is the position where he will start next tuesday in greensboro it's been all first second h since then first baseman tonight watches won miss downstairs for ball one let's get the climate acres weather afford four tonight if you're out there and you were thinking about coming to the game and decided not to tell you how foolish.

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"durmus" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"durmus" Discussed on WTMA

"Make them listen to wt the second killing from riley part blogs and the schubert's unable to play to run despite so action from the birds in the base pants in the first inning off of alex vargas who delivers a first pitch strike now when trevor crepe board the third baseman opening up for the shore birds here's the one and that one misuse downstairs one ball in one strike short birds have had pretty good offensive ballclub this year ranking third in the league in team batting average fourth in both runs scored and home runs one one is loan away reports benedict part of it hitting to ninety one seven home runs thirty one rivi see comes in writing a seven game hitting streak to one is he hits this one hard eight to hopper to third snapped up by durmus garcia he'll fire across into hess's glove and there's one away this will bring up ryan ripken the d h schorr birds were doing it all at the beginning of the season they started out the year seven and now at age sixteen in eight month of april they were in first place in the north division every day but one can apple is snuck up in the first place one day in a month and have since taken control here now is running into june june one is planters today i pitch over four shrike on.

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"durmus" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"durmus" Discussed on WTMA

"Second chance to turn it for to relay back is in time essentially started out at second mega forty six to four that reaches the leadoff walk from durmus garcia a clean slate for the firefly's now two men out and that one was bang bang of course ensley wanted to go his way as as close as it gets no argument from the river dogs chancellor running down the line good transfer enthralled by both to berry and for me and that was the top plate for to bury heading into the whole had to make a long throw over to me at short so we're both garcia essentially retired brings up pablo ali varas oh for one what has reached via two walks tonight populace when back in the stands she continued through the out of town scoreboard right now mentioned the one other game in the league it's not yet final nine one augusta leads it they were supposed to play a doubleheader as the old one is waived that missed so it sets ali virus vacuum noballs in two strikes so i think there supposed to pick up a postponed game or suspended game in place seven and one but they're playing nine innings tonight i don't really understand how that came to be as that one drifts off the left fell i i don't remember which series it was but that might have been suspended game they picked up right they might have been that series earlier this week to they played one nine one seven and i wasn't sure what that was all about either so that's the only other game going on around the league we gave you a couple of files four one asheville defeated the braves in rome tonight that's gonna help out the green jackets who are currently up big right now that result holds the greenjackets would be up three and a half games in the rome braves that one down and away one and two to vars firefly's and the braves will play in rome for the next three days starting tomorrow they'll marvin can apple is washed away in a double header as we're west virginia and lexington scheduled to play to as well crack bat pop up flared out to right here comes to his left and he brings that one end to end the inning for the logs some promise that started out with a leadoff walk but a bang bang double play turned and for the.

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Woman Dies After Flesh-Eating Bacteria Is Mistaken For A Pimple

The Dr. Daliah Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

Woman Dies After Flesh-Eating Bacteria Is Mistaken For A Pimple

"Eight seven seven daca dolly one eight seven seven oh see the scary stuff there's a woman whose husband believes died one from a hot tub and two from doctors not treating her correctly and she's in indianapolis woman who died after contracting a flesh eating bacteria when she was in florida carol martin and her husband richard went to clearwater foreigner in february for their annual vacation i love clearwater florida scorch it's got family there and they stayed at a local days this is a gorgeous wfl late richard said that his wife spent some time in the hotel what's up and then when they got back home she noticed she had a sore on her but she had he quote she had like a pit bull come up on a right by cheek she said it was kind of painful care wants to the doctor twice was given several antibiotics but the store kept growing finally they decided to do a biopsy of the area after the third trip that's when doctors discovered that she had necrotizing fasciitis that's a flesh eating disease we've talked about that where you have the fashion that lines the muscle and if infection goes deep past the epidermis durmus subcutaneous layer fat layer it has a pathway a a highway where it could spread along that fashion these in the emergency room they said in the emergency room they said we are sorry but she has a plus you need bacteria we after rusher to search right now what she was diagnosed western surgery spent sixty days in the icu she was.

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"durmus" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"durmus" Discussed on WJR 760

"Laying on ice is my my modality that that works for me that's that's my that's my opiate medication is laying on ice for about an hour and i do get some relief well pain free in the laser treatments jeff morton kind of the opposite because you you feel that heat of the noninvasive and the the laser tool if you will doesn't even touch the skin but you begin you begin to feel that heat and it's so almost relaxing i'm guessing some of the folks that are patients of yours almost kind of fall asleep will win the experience is taking place in the treatments are going on well it is in in what i tell the patients is they ask me all the time you know do ice it to a heat it and it i always tell them whatever makes you feel better do because we penetrate sub dermal below the skin to the cellular level and when you're icing something you're just numbing the durmus the outer layer of the skin and so it's temporary relief where what the laser does with the photo by a modulation process it actually allows the by the he'll in arnie's typical most of our patients see somewhere between sixty and ninety percent reduction in pain in a better quality of life but i want the listeners to be assured that the army's right this is pain management you know there are some things that we do cure you have tennis elbow or carpal tunnel carpal tunnel or planner fasciitis we we can treat that and it'll go away into you have another trauma again and we treat a lot of homeland security east lot of police officers that slushy canine police officers what the dogs plan on her elbows i'll tell me about it maybe that was what pulled my shoulder out my dog miley pulling out after a squirrel or something.

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"durmus" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"durmus" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Friday he was going to good can only meet and talk as soon as possible wanna come to your place no problem viewers but i'd much rather odd for women in their natural habitat though the helps cement with to understanding lease of border lived at a building that had a taxi dr missed in the downstairs store while i look for doorbell in the role of eight fellow pushes a stuff chimpanzee came out of the taxi durmus to stick a gun in my rims looking for somebody yes i am liza on a calling on her i confess and you're with me from now on your gun says my gun says is he that green and gold job over there rules snazzy what they are spending it you will me vertically oh oh you reach sitting up you get quite a grasp li english nah you won't be sitting up i won't be laying down turned to his side a little uh this much yeah i like hitting them on the side of the every man to his case all yelling now when you get it uh try to be a gentleman about it we don't want to be very careful to with my left era's biggest dumbo the elephants tried stretching my legs to see how the old blood was circular am i in october what sounded like your garbage can i to hand out on the pitch dark to get the feel of my surrounding almost strangled a can't a tried getting my bearings by sent i lungs began to choke up for once smell like a poison gas barrage yeah a saying the obvious but wherever in a cellar and where are you in this blackout over here sitting on a bok why why not although the stumps me gee wiz that mustard gas blowing for he really disapprove of michael alone when i get it lethal doses at ethiopia mainly perplexed perplexed the answer's simple really you're always are when you know them join forming in you know a better location marches drugstore just down.

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"durmus" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"durmus" Discussed on WEEI

"Super bowl since the current format was configured 1990s so when you say this is an easy path for the patriots are anita stating reality ono widow titans no no doubt but i think could inherit in the suggestion that the patriots are following a very simple road to the super bowl is that they're somehow lucky fortunate or dodging the bullets that are out there there are no bullet he can just say that there on an that they have an easy road this year what i didn't do that that's they do but i think that there's a lot of goaded terminology when it comes to the patriots shaughnessy is in your head he's in your head i don't know about his when i say the patriots have add an easy road this year i'm just saying they've had an easy road the titans are awful and the jaguars can't score you know what that's exactly right but there's a difference between suggesting that you're in and bureau fact free reporting or call them nizing which is often what i think the end engages in when it comes to the page creates fact free context free epa durmus level speculating on what the patriots are all about their signs defender now i can't tell as a guy i think he's a good guy as a columnist i think that there's i think there's a lot more that he leaves in the bag than he could really good he really bruin ears marching fc east i did this math a few weeks ago that was the toughest division in the conference this year vigo by winning percentage in over the course of time even more so the the point about the patriots have succeeded in a division that is the annually crap well they are unfortunately sub what to blame for that because teams to win division titles so they recycle would reboot additionally the patriots record outside the division which if somebody bother to spend the time to look at the winning percentages their record outside the division percentagewise matches the record inside the division they.

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"durmus" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"durmus" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"You with that same shared secret you also derive uh the same series of those bitcoin addresses uh but you can also derive the private keys for that same series and so you know i know which addresses to send to you you know which addresses to be looking for you know payments coming it you know inbound payments but you also have the private keys to be able to spend those bitcoin's and i don't have those private keys and so but that the inverse is also true you can derive a series of deposit addresses for me and i can as well but you know so that's that's why you to do this one exchange and then and then you're good to go for payments back and forth and and nobody else because as it all visa addresses are derived off of a shared secret nobody has any idea that the payment that are happening between these addresses have any connection between your identity my identity it's just by these addresses that are passing money around like there's no way the tie it really to your identity thus really cool and by the way real quick have you heard of the jiffy helmand algorithm so he makes peanut butter maini's together nacion or anyway all right uh there's a house on the internet my durmus but our uh italy's spell it right damages well generate wow that is built elman's are giving commons defeat moments of with other seems like a pretty good explanation hero are giving the ad or did you want to give your own version of the explanation now i think that's great a while lugo the job john john volley with a not making foggy aveiro will stop william on so that's really need i read this deserves a like you said even if uh one of those who features is is shared by seamer wallet or other whatever the other one was the whole the constellation of features is unique to the stash wallet and they are really important features like.

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"durmus" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"durmus" Discussed on WTMA

"Second game of the fourgame series closing out the regular season on a labor day nightcap you're caught up on monday o2 is sign away that's gonna be good doggy by heading into monday how many other teams are playing at seven at night on labour day here's the one to annoy answer swing underground bowl role to first that'll be picked up by durmus garcia and he'll put it away retiring carlos and that sound number one ted baxter gersi durmus garcia first was in an underhand ronnie garcia and make that led to a tight earlier off air garcia to guard zia to get garcia at three unassisted so no assists for garcia but garcia retires garcia for the first down so one down i hear sean dunnston junior only guy can get him mixed up with his his dad is a former bigleague your first pitch was fired in their first right dunnston hitting two forty one of the homer and eleven rbi is dance vincent i both with the cubs aim the giants that's the string of the drive back dunnston junior was a former chicago cubs for man's it's the team at drafted him and relaunch actually shaw assad dunnston at the beginning of last season in the exhibition gave with myrtle beach at later see him later following the trade mid last season as the oath to pitch shoes in there for recalled strike three so garcia will fire one in there in all played on player mike's nova rings a lot there's two quick out cheer for ronnie and elvis gene ongo us the right fielder defensively the rug should have with german garcia at first.

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"durmus" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"durmus" Discussed on WTMA

"First pitch breaking ball to garcia righthanded hitter was inside ball one we can ii it the ballgame he'll take a strike he walked in scored of the big second inning popped out to the catcher the third righthanded hitter the dr the one one and garcia takes it low inside for bowl too he is just patient waiting for pitch as it really cranked one like we saw that big hall rhonda dead center field in his river dogs debut a couple of weeks ago the jove who won her ball these well upstairs three the strike watch and still can't find that consistency of the strike zone here tonight the walk to blazer was his fourth of the ball game three one and that is popped up at launched back in house macro the rufled over our heads the south three and sue here on garcia at steven sense lee on the pregame show today and i mean he just marvelled at the power of durmus garcia and if you've seen it steven singer lee swing the bad made that is a compliment when stephen simply thinks you have power garcia's got it here's a threetwo and that when he turns on leftfield line and it gets down that one is going to bounce all the way to the corner blazer at third osborne will throw up a late goal shine built truck around coming to score issued an rbi double by germany's scar see up and the dog sav added onto their lead it's now five one who you do see a ball hit the grass and with the exit bulow produced off the bat of durmus garcia you should know is going to keep launch down the line all the way to the left field corner four guard she is double inches his second to bagger the season it's eleven th gave the year with charleston now here's says while the cabrera heels she'll get the first pitch pop went up into the third base each and outlay blazers shores all the way from first on garcia's double fivetoone now is the river dogs lead dermot says four runs batted in on the season this year the old one and a grumble role to secondbased plenty of time before bartlett to make the play ambient shower mud service garcia clubs a twoout double in the left field shores don't blazer who also walked with two men away and the latest now five don't want it to.

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"durmus" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"durmus" Discussed on WTMA

"Sabah the second no shore river dodgy and colombia face it off after was the fire flies who claimed the opener last night six to four since leage wealth round pick of the yankees this past june eta louisiana lafayette here's the o2 annus would a drive deep out to right field going back looking up is schramm this what he's into the grass firm and add a year stephen centrally his first river dogs homerun launches it beyond the rightfield wall his tenth of this siege in overall it'll put the rudong sean the board each one to nothing here that's abbott a second should owl big homerun from each of the new power baths to this lineup we saw durmus garcia go yard on the fire flies in his debut on tuesday at the joe and in simply says hey don't forget about me i've got power to launch his one out of here too right and it's one to nothing charleston here is the affirmation durmus garcia schlink's of the first pitch he sees drives it out to left backing up wanted is jabs and on all the unjust shied a walter warning track and now there're one away in the inning initially of pablo all eve ariz and a chance to get out of your off the bat i mean we just saw ball yesterday that was pretty lightly hitting all honesty by enshrined by colombia i mean there is a wind current back interests hake balls outta here to left field i thought garcia and maybe gone ahold of that one enough to take it out for backtoback homers snow now the first pitch you're a bunch shown by ali borraiz who tapped that one back to the protective netting behind old played starts him out the down on one one.

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"durmus" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"durmus" Discussed on WTMA

"You mention com for your own park moving up kinda cautioned that whole shift throughout the organization we've already seen one homerun from about one of those two guys that just got out of the lineup durmus garcia made it a 2run game you guys almost came all the way back from an eleven nothing deficit on tuesday against colombia we have mentioned that yet garcia i hate these solo homer to dead center palm i was talking to some of the folks around the team and he didn't even really get from what i heard is lower half and his hips run into that ball basically it was all arm hit four hundred feet to dead center yeah blighting with a lot of young hitters they they don't quite understand how to use their their lower half in their sling and your legs of the strongest force in the human body and if if you can incorporate them and use them the right way within a baseball swing you had a tremendous amount of power to what you already have so he's basically are all upper body surging cow strongest jitters so when he does learn how to incorporate his legs this guy's going to be to limit turns out for to get the ball for yet center off the batters are i think floreal was the only other guy that for us this year has been one or two more from other teams foot the uh the impact of the ball and that's what he does he hits the ball really hard bright future for durmus as the two big bats added to the line up a few more changes under way um as you mentioned offense shibley for for what has been a very good ballclub in sworn so we'll talk about some of those a new roles for some players get more opportunities with the changes to your club when we come back some more from the garage manager we return the is rome next one coastal cantiere in west ashley this week and rogge spacewalks wolf fifty wtma y you're my need a call by pope earth because can go cult cosco person who may not end up with us for the safe in highest quality auto last replacements emma repairs probirth and guarantee you'll get the very best remember your choice call glass pro park celebrating over twenty years of worldclass though.

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